Astrology

Daily horoscopes: November 30, 2017

ARIES.

(March 20 – April 19):

Don’t be too disappointed by your first meet and greet. You often don’t make a good first impression with the people who go on to become major fixtures in your life.

TAURUS.

(April 20 – May 20):

A promise is postponed, but don’t be discouraged.  Somebody in the upper echelon supports you and won’t stop until you receive your due. Patience is a virtue now.

GEMINI.

(May 21 – June 20):

The road ahead looks bumpy, but you’re closing in on the happiness you desire.  Keep on trucking.  The destination you seek is just around the bend.

CANCER.

(June 21 – July 21):

It’s hard to not feel attacked when Mars is opposite your Ruling Planet the Moon, but the truth is you’re overreacting. Friendly gibes are not jabs.

LEO.

(July 22 – Aug. 22):

Play hard to get. You’ll find that people appreciate you more when they don’t think you’re as easygoing as all that.

VIRGO.

(Aug. 23 – Sept. 22):

You’re uncomfortable relying on others, but you need them now. Instead of expressing anxiety, try gratitude. It’s more pleasant.

LIBRA.

(Sept. 23 – Oct. 22):

Don’t factor yourself out of the equation. Coordinating efforts means giving as much weight to your concerns as you do to others’.

SCORPIO.

(Oct. 23 – Nov. 21):

You’ll be glad to know you were right to trust your instincts when the whole truth emerges today. You’ll never settle for pat answers again.

SAGITTARIUS.

(Nov. 22 – Dec. 20):

It’s tempting to change horses in mid-stream but stick with the one you’re on. You’re closer to solid ground than you think.

CAPRICORN.

(Dec. 21 – Jan. 19):

Things not going your way puts you in reach of your objective. A worst-case scenario turns into a win-win result.

AQUARIUS.

(Jan. 20 – Feb. 17):

It may feel like you’re going back the way you came, but look at it this way: it’s your chance to set the record straight.

PISCES.

(Feb. 18 – March 19):

Someone who promised to be there for you is looking to back out. Not OK. You’ll need to add an iron grip to that velvet glove approach.

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